The Accidentals are back in full force with a new album, Vessel, out on 1 October. Hear the folk-pop power trio’s latest single “Go Getter”.
The Rough & Tumble have a knack for “thrift-store Americana”. The variety of instruments and sounds used to create their tunes is eclectic.
“Broken March’s” primary melodies pull from folk influences, with piercing ethereal synths recalling Nick x Nati’s combined experience in electronic production.
Anya Hinkle effortlessly delivers conversationalist country blues on “Why Women Need Wine”. It’s a musical eye roll that takes on the patriarchy.
Abigail Dowd’s Beautiful Day finds its roots in the hardships that she and her husband had faced dealing with six house floods in a year.
For Vivian Leva and Riley Calcagno, preserving tradition is paramount. Their debut LP is a hearty nod to the string bands and country-folk of old.